San Antonio, TX – December 7, 2011 – Digital Defense, Inc. (DDI), a San Antonio- based company and leader in information security, was recognized as a Foundation Donor for the not-for-profit organization Secure the Cure, Inc., a newly established organization committed to positively impacting the lives of cancer patients. Secure the Cure primarily solicits donations from the information security community to promote charitable giving and volunteer efforts.
DDI hosted a forum on November 30th for Secure the Cure to orient DDI employees on the mission of the organization and to recognize DDI’s participation. Rob Kraus, President and Chairman of the Board at Secure the Cure stated, "Answering our call for Foundation Donors without hesitation sets a great example for other organizations in the information security community to follow. We hope the immediate action Digital Defense has taken will cause a domino effect prompting other organizations to stand up and be recognized as Foundation Donors for Secure the Cure."
Digital Defense president and CEO Larry Hurtado added, “We are honored to be one of the first Secure the Cure Foundation Donors. We embrace the opportunity to contribute to the organization and spread the word throughout the information security community. Recognizing the physical, emotional, and financial strain that affects cancer patients, we hope our participation can help these individuals during a difficult time.”
About Secure the Cure
Secure the Cure, Inc., established in 2011, is a not-for-profit organization whose primary goal is to collect and distribute donations for organizations researching medical treatments and cures for different types of cancer. The charity also provides support for individuals and families affected by cancer who are experiencing financial burden due to treatment costs. Secure the Cure primarily solicits donations from the information security community to promote charitable giving and volunteer efforts within the community. For more information about Secure the Cure, Inc., please visit their web site at www.securethecure.org or contact us at 210.639.8652.